The INC program is a collaboration of agencies
Integrated Network for Cambodians
Integrated Network for Cambodians (INC) is a Community-Designed Integrated Service Management (ISM) Model which redefines public mental health services by integrating mental health, physical health, and substance abuse services. Our goal is to provide culturally sensitive services to the underserved Cambodian population while removing access barriers by working directly within the community and collaborating with non-traditional service providers to support the recovery needs of the client.
Non-traditional services such as Buddhist Blessing Ceremony, mindfulness meditation, cooking classes, and acupuncture are blended with traditional Western counseling services to provide a holistic array of healing.
or call: (310) 337-1550
In 2004, the voters of California approved Prop.63 to levy a 1% income tax on income levels above $1 million to help provide services to people with mental illness. This became known as the Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) and in 2010, Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health funded 14 ethnic communities and one was designated for the Cambodian community.
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PACS – Lead Agency and provides mental health and substance abuse services
The Children’s Clinic (TCC) – provides physical health services
Cambodian Association of America (CAA) - provides education, linkage, engagement, and advocacy